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Glass technology: ice lamp makes you feel cool and comfortable in summer

it is known as the classic "ice lamp" of Nordic design. It is an important work in the history of human design, which fully shows the perfect integration of glass technology, light changes and spiritual creativity. The temperature of the bulb in the ice is warm to the screw with cooling system. The strong contrast is unforgettable at a glance

designer Harri Koskinen became famous because of this work. At that time, he was only a student of Helsinki University of art and design, and found the Swedish design house Stockholm company with a sketch. Although the concept at that time had surprised Anders fardig, the founder of design house Stockholm, it also took unimaginable effort to produce this work

the whole production is cast manually and after a long cooling process, so as to ensure that there will be no tortoise fever in the face of rapid temperature changes. Thick glass should not only be transparent, but also have the feeling of ice cracking. At the same time, it should be able to withstand the temperature of the bulb without being hot, and only a slight warmth can be seen from the glass. These requirements are a major challenge to production

proportion is more important. Only when the proportion of length, width and height is appropriate, can the beauty of strength be presented

after these "painful" but "sweet" discussions, the final appearance of the ice lamp was finally born in 1997. Sure enough, when asked, the city was startled and won numerous awards, including: listed in the Museum of modern art since January 2000

Designer: Harri Koskinen

Harri Koskinen, who is famous all over the world for trimming ice lamps here, was born in karstula, Finland in 1970, He is a young and gifted designer. After graduating from the University of art and design in Helsinki, Harri Koskinen quickly signed several free creation contracts, among which he worked for Iittala and Arabia of Hackman group in Finland for a period of time

based on the glass design, the internal structure of the experimental machine was analyzed. Harri Koskinen was quite interested in the contradictory characteristics of light and thick glass. Different manufacturing technologies can show different styles of glass

he is convinced that the existence of all objects has its reason and significance. This functional design concept is not contrary to the style of other Finnish designers

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